Station Houston inks 25K SF deal for co-working stationStation Houston inks 25K SF deal for co-working stationhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=149772016-10-24T05:00:00Z2016-10-24T18:50:00Z

​​HOUSTON - Station Houston, the technology co-working space that was founded in the spring 2016, has signed a deal for a 25,000-sf space in downtown Houston.

The new co-working location at 1301 Fannin St. is the previous home of Deutsche Bank. The old trading floor occupies a significant portion of the 23rd and 24th floors that Station Houston will be occupying.

Station Houston got its start in March of this year and quickly filled to capacity.

Originally, Station occupied the Surge Shack, the previous home to the Surge Accelerator, a nationally recognized, energy focused accelerator program. It shut down in early 2016.

Station has around 70 members and 40 different client companies in its space today. Its companies have raised a combined $16 million in capital since Station started in March.

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